Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Is this a TV?

garage band

Monday, February 27, 2006

experiment of the day

hugh.watkins - hugh watkins's page about his blogs &c
using another template wth three columns

Nicodemus - Bienvenue sur le site de Nicodemus

Nicodemus - Bienvenue sur le site de Nicodemus
StatCounter Free invisible Web tracker, Hit counter and Web stats: "free yet reliable invisible web tracker, highly configurable hit counter and real-time detailed web stats. Insert a simple piece of our code on your web page and you will be able to analyse and monitor all the visitors to your website in real-time! "


Favicon.com - custom icons for your website!: "What is a favicon? "

favicon - Google Search

Favicon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The original means of defining a favicon was by placing a file called favicon.ico in ... Note: A file called favicon.ico and located in the document root ...

HTML help for Google Page Creator

panic.johnny - HTML Pages From Your Text Editor

panic.johnny - THE Template

panic.johnny - Johnny Panic's Google Pages Blog
February 26, 2006 7:00 PM ESTI have added a few new pages to consolidate some of the material I am creating and getting via the newsgroup.
Please check out the Tutorials Page and the Tips and Tricks page for a collection of the more fun things you can do with Google Pages.
Further, the Postings Calendar will be maintained on my
Blog Calendar page.

Johnny Panic ( panic dot johnny at gmail dot com ) is an obvious pseudonym for John Mull, a web designer and developer working for local government in Newton, North Carolina, USA.

I have been developing web applications and sites since the mid-90's and have missed more opportunities to get wealthy because of the Internet than I care to think about.

I have been a huge fan of Google since the very beginnings and like the companies products, business philosophy, and attitudes. Google rocks.
If you are interested in learning more about me, please feel free to visit my website, "I, Mull".

Some of the sites I recommend you visit include Interface Lift, del.icio.us, BlinkList, Reddit, SlashDot.org, and Customise.Org.

copyright, 2006 by johnny panic ( panic dot johnny at gmail dot com ) This material is hosted, pwned, disseminated, indexed, and folded carefully by Google. Get your own Google Pages ( Google Mail account required )

Sunday, February 26, 2006

Google Page Creator features

google builders at play

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Google Page Creator

Google Page Creator: "Google Page Creator has experienced extremely strong demand, and, as a result, we have temporarily limited the number of new signups as we increase capacity. We will notify you as soon as we are ready to add new accounts. Thank you for your patience."

ajax webpage editor TROGDOOR

ajax webpage editor - Google Search

C Point: creative software solution for web development, animation ...Develop fast Internet applications,
using AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML).

Google Web Editor"Google has a project codenamed trogdor, an ajax webpage editor for creating webpages. = geocities except with a javascript page creator." ...

ajax webpage editor - Google Search

Antechinus JavaScript Editor: for fast and easy JavaScript / AJAX development:

"The Antechinus Javascript editor is not something I would want to be without. It is still the only editor I have found which highlights Javascript syntax and gives the option for auto completion and allows you to go to individual functions quickly by navigating to the function viewer panel and choosing the function you want.

- Ben Hampson"

LUX.ET.UMBRA: Google rumors: Ajax web page creator?: "pages.google.com" Google Page Creator: "Create your own web pages, quickly and easily. Google Page Creator is a fr useful, attractive ee online tool that makes it easy for anyone to create and publishweb pages in just minutes. " Your web pages will live on your own site at http://yourgmailusername.googlepages.com

Google Page Creator is still in an early testing phase. If you're interested in taking it for a test drive, login with your Gmail account to begin making pages. If you don't have a Gmail account, never fear -- you can sign up here. We invite you to let us know what you think by sending us your feedback and suggestions.